Plugins and themes are wondrous pieces of software. They add or extend website features, functions, and design elements.
If you manage more than one WordPress site, chances are good you’ve installed a dozen or more plugins. Run a suite of sites? The number of plugins could easily exceed 100. Keeping those plugins up-to-date is vital for site security and performance, though a WordPress plugin management migraine.
And what about themes? Designers regularly update their coding to improve loading performance, close security holes, and add features.
These days, coders seem to be releasing updates more frequently compared to the past, in part, to keep pace with security vulnerabilities. According to some experts, out of date plugins or themes are windows of opportunity for hackers.
You need to close that window if you’re building a digital empire. The problem is WordPress plugin management can seem like an overwhelming chore that threatens to gobble up the time you’ve blocked for high-value work.
Luckily, WPBlazer has a solution.